Because it’s an odd-numbered year, we’re doing our one-day conference format. We’ll offer a 2-hour workshop window in the morning and then follow that with more traditional 45-minute presentation sessions for the rest of the day. We will host our popular TTL Smackdown and door prize drawing as our last event of the afternoon..
As noted above, we are planning to have two types of sessions:
-- 2-hour workshops: Hands-on sessions with some introductory information/instruction, but mostly supported work time for creation of a project, item, document, account, etc. Participants will leave with a fully-created (or nearly-created) piece or new teaching tool that they are ready to use.
-- 45-minute presentations: Presenter-focused sessions in which information, tools, or tips are shared with attendees. Participants will leave with new ideas and tech tools to explore for their classrooms.
If you are interested in presenting either type of session, please submit your information below. Submissions will be handled on a rolling basis, so a member of the planning committee will get back to you within one week of your submission. If you would like to propose more than one workshop, please complete a separate survey submission for each one.
The conference registration fee will be waived for all presenters and a boxed lunch will be provided.
Deadline for Breakout Session Proposals: Friday, April 12.